Five candidates have filed applications to fill two three-year positions on the Fulton School District 58 Board of Education on the April 5 ballot.
Missouri college students would need to take a class on freedom of speech in order to graduate under a bill a lawmaker says is in response to a confrontation between educators and student journalists during protests at the University of Missouri last year.
Stepping back in time
“It’s hard to prepare for what seems like a step back in time,” said Travis Tamerius, director of Woods Around the World. “Imagine America before air conditioning and before the hypnotic channels we are plugged in to. The street scenes are amazing.”
Another bill would help combine Holts Summit, Lake Mykee
An increase in middle school students exploring careers in science, technology, engineering and math is state Rep. Travis Fitzwater’s goal through a proposed piece of legislation that would add STEM to curriculum across the state.
District improves Parents as Teachers with a Plus program
The Parents as Teachers Plus program is making it possible for North Callaway low-income families to receive assistance in creating a friendly learning environment for their kids.
University of Missouri graduate students workers have drafted bylaws for a potential union.
Governor's budget hits close to home
Among the proposals in his last state budget proposal, Gov. Jay Nixon wants lawmakers to approve a 2 percent pay raise for all state employees, starting July 1, and add more money for education, mental health services and economic development programs.
Renowned horseman and author, Smith Lilly, will speak and conduct a clinic at William Woods University next week. His talk, scheduled for 6 p.m. Jan. 29, in Dulany Auditorium, is free and open to the public.
If Missouri Sen. Jeanie Riddle’s bi-partisan bill for the Missouri Civics Education Initiative passes, then high school students will have one more requirement to complete before graduation.
Sunday afternoon, five area students were awarded cash prizes for putting pen to paper to honor our country’s veterans and to share their views on a democratic America.
Callawegians have until 5 p.m. Tuesday to get their names on the April 5 ballot.
U.S. News released its findings on the quality of online degree programs this week, and William Woods University ranked exceptionally high for master of education degrees offered through distance learning.
The Fulton School Board heard several reports from district personnel, discussed the schedule for summer school and looked at budgets for FY 2016 and FY 2017 when it met last night at FHS.
The inauguration of Dr. Benjamin Ola Akande as the 21st President of Westminster College will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday.
After Fulton Public School students were sent home with their spring assessment individual scores on Aug. 24, Fulton School District district officials emphasized that the 2015 ELA and math results cannot be compared to results from previous years.